Possession and use of magic mushrooms are decriminalized in Denver, but the reckless actions of a man accused of selling may lead to a 20-year prison sentence and $1 million fine.
As cities and states begin decriminalizing magic mushrooms and other psychedelics, are users protected from arrest by the DEA or federal law enforcement? The legal director of Empire State NORML untangles this complex issue.
Attorney for McClain’s family confirms that they will file a federal civil rights lawsuit to seek justice, as providers of therapeutic ketamine speak out against forced sedation.
Pickard to receive Compassionate Release after 17 years of incarceration for what the DEA called the largest LSD bust in history.
One initiative creates a statewide psilocybin-assisted therapy program, and the other decriminalizes low-level possession of all drugs while opening addiction recovery centers.
Drug Policy Alliance’s Ifetayo Harvey talks about how the war on drugs fuels police brutality, and why antiracism is everyone’s responsibility.
Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, discusses racism, protests, and the need for new ideologies in the digital era. “Creating a post-capitalist situation means reconstructing human identity from the ground up,” says Miller.
Who benefits from a law that doesn’t cover magic mushrooms and has no provisions for therapeutic use?
Soul Quest asks permission from the DEA to use ayahuasca in ceremonies, a move that some say is counterproductive.
The executive director of the harm reduction organization reflects on a year of psilocybin decrim in Denver.